Europe’s Mounting Energy Crisis

As the energy crisis continues, Europe is warning that its citizens need to be prepared for a total gas shutdown from Russia. While their storage sits at 88%, 8% higher than their original goal, serious concerns still linger. The French strike has taken 60% of its refining capacity offline, planned maintenance will shut down another […]

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Myths and Misconceptions of Electric Vehicles in 2022

Electric vehicles are a growing commodity in the U.S. People have many misconceptions about electric cars and how they impact climate change. Conventional gas- and diesel-powered cars have been a target in 2022 in states like California so let’s investigate some of the myths and misconceptions of traditional and Electric Vehicles (EV). California was in […]

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The Good, the Bad, and the UGLY…Alternative Energy

Joe Manchin is front page news this week for “torpedoing” his party’s expensive climate change policy in the US Senate. Big, obnoxious, outlandish headlines are a staple in modern media and politics. It’s a long-used tactic for decades and with the emergence of “fake news” narratives, social media reporting, and click-bait news cycles, it’s time […]

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World Oil Watch 2022

There is an endless supply of breaking news events that are impacting the oil market daily. China, India, OPEC, inflation, South America, and of course, the Russia/Ukraine war are all big item headlines that have gotten us to a market where both WTI and Brent have climbed above $114/BBL. Let’s explore some of these headlines […]

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